Architektur, Menschenrecht, Politik, Forensic sciences, Forensic anthropology, Human rights, Architecture -- Political aspects, Menschenrechtsverletzung, Gerichtliche Wissenschaften, Umweltschaden, and Architektur
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Israel, Palästina, Negev, Desert Bloom, Dokumentarfotografie, Landnahme, Klimaänderung, Palästinafrage, Spurensicherung, Kultur, Bedouins -- Israel -- Negev, Forced migration -- Israel -- Negev, Population transfers -- Palestinian Arabs, Land settlement -- Government policy -- Israel, Politik, Motiv, Dokumentarfotografie, and Bildband
Includes bibliographical references (pages 87-92) The village of al-Araqib has been destroyed and rebuilt more than seventy times in the ongoing 'battle over the Negev,' an Israeli state campaign to uproot the Palestinian Bedouins from the northern threshold of the desert. Unlike other frontiers fought over during the Israel-Palestine confl ict, this one is not demarcated by fences and walls but by shifting climatic conditions. The threshold of the desert advances and recedes in response to colonization, cultivation, displacement, urbanization, and, most recently, climate change. In his response to Sheikhs 'Desert Bloom' series (part of Sheikhs The Erasure Trilogy, published by Steidl), Eyal Weizmans essay incorporates historical aerial photographs, contemporary remote sensing data, state plans, court testimonies, and nineteenth-century travelers accounts, exploring the Negevs threshold as a 'shoreline' along which climate change and political confl ict are deeply and dangerously entangled
Politik, Stadtplanung, Land settlement -- West Bank, Land settlement -- Gaza Strip, Israelis -- Colonization -- Palestine, City planning -- Palestine, Urban warfare -- Palestine, Land settlement -- Government policy -- Israel, Geopolitics -- Palestine, Siedlungspolitik, Geschichte, Architektur, and Besetzte Gebiete
Includes bibliographical references and index 'In this journey from the subterranean spaces under the West Bank and Gaza to the militarized airspace above, Eyal Weizman unravels Israel's mechanisms of control and transformation of the Occupied Territories into a constructed artifice, in which all natural and built features function as the weapons and ammunition with which the conflict is waged. Weizman traces the development of these ideas, from the influence of archaeology on urban planning, Ariel Sharon's reconceptualization of military defence before the 1973 war, through the planning and architecture of the settlements, to contemporary Israeli discourse and practice of urban warfare and airborne targeted assassinations.' 'In exploring Israel's methods to transform the landscape and the built environment themselves into tools of domination and control, Hollow Land lays bare the political system at the heart of this complex and terrifying project of late-modern colonial occupation.'--BOOK JACKET.
Black, Crofton, Verfasser, Clark, Edmund, Verfasser, and Weizman, Eyal
Ethik, Politik, Documentary photography -- Moral and ethical aspects, Documentary photography -- Political aspects, Detention of persons -- Pictorial works, Extraordinary rendition -- Pictorial works -- United States, and Dokumentarfotografie